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aide-de-camp
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Anna Karenina
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  • Fearfully rich, handsome, great connections, an aide-de-camp, and with all that a very nice, good-natured fellow.
  • "Bill!" he called, and he went into the next room where he promptly came across an aide-de-camp of his acquaintance and dropped into conversation with him about an actress and her protector.
  • And at once in the conversation with the aide-de-camp Oblonsky had a sense of relaxation and relief after the conversation with Levin, which always put him to too great a mental and spiritual strain.

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  • For a time he was Napoleon’s aide-de-camp.
  • He exchanges a few words with a thin aide-de-camp, who translates to the mayor.
    Anthony Doerr  --  All the Light We Cannot See

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